Here’s a peek at the album design for Katie and Brian’s June wedding day story. Their story started in Plymouth, Indiana with preparation and informal portraits at their parents’ homes. From there it was on to Saint Michael’s church to celebrate with the wedding ceremony. The newlyweds traveled north to South Bend for portraits downtown near the Morris Performing Arts’ fountain then around the corner to the Palais Royale ballroom for a wonderful evening reception full of live music, dancing and celebrating the night away.
Check out the album in full screen here.
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Wedding photographers have it easy, we only have to work one day a week. (ha!)
Let’s review this one by the numbers:
- Running on 2 hours of sleep (excitement is contagious)
- in 20 minutes at 2am I will have been up for 24 hours since those 2 hours of sleep
- it took 6 hours of car travel and
- 2 Amp energy drinks,
- 2 cups of coffee,
- 1 glass of Coke to ready and use…
- 5 Nikon cameras
- (more lenses than I can count right now)
- 3 remote lights
- two geeky photographers to perform…
- 12 hours of wedding day photography at
- 1 awesome couple’s wonderful celebration
I’m pretty amazed, considering the numbers. Creative excitement makes for some serious energy bursts. Caffeine is good too, but inspiration keeps me up more than anything.
It was an awesome start to the year to join forces with Matt at Zeta-Alpha Studio again, see a handful of former brides we’ve photographed all get together for Katie and Peter’s Indianapolis wedding day celebration. As Matt put it when we walked into the salon at 9am, “it’s like spending a day with old friends.”
Lastly – glad to be home. 🙂 I missed my baby Adrian and my wife every time I saw cute babies and heard a bride and groom I photographed with Matt in 2005 are expecting twins! Congrats Jessica and Rob! Great to see you guys again!